In college, it’s not hard to find pizza. In fact, it’s a classic college food – just a call away when studying late at night, can be found in all the cafeterias, and used to lure students to attend club meetings.
Here’ s a healthier version of pizza that can be made in just minutes. All you need is a toaster oven, flatbread, sauce, and toppings. I first had this idea over the summer which I posted about in Easy Personal Flatbread Pizzas. I was pretty excited that I was able to re-use the recipe in my own college kitchen!
This is a super flexible recipe because basically anything can be used for toppings. I happened to have broccoli in my fridge so I used that. Broccoli is high in vitamins A and C, and is known for lowering cholesterol and risk of cancer, on top of many other benefits. So eat up on broccoli!
EASY PERSONAL FLATBREAD PIZZAS (ROUND 2)
1 whole wheat flatbread
1/2 cup pizza sauce
1 1/2 cup broccoli, chopped into florets
3/4 cup shredded cheese
Microwave broccoli florets for 30 seconds so they are soft. Set aside.
Spread pizza sauce evenly on flatbread, leaving a 1-inch border for crust.
Sprinkle broccoli and cheese evenly on the sauce area of the pizza.
Heat in toaster oven at 375 degrees F on the “toast” setting for 10 minutes.